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The Chemical Elements

Information about the chemistry and the physics of the elements and the compounds.




A chemical element is a substance which is not separable by chemical methods, which meets to compounds with other elements and which can be isolated from these again by chemical operations.

According to another definition, a chemical element comprises the totality of the nuclides (species of atomic nuclei) having the same number of protons (called isotopes) and thus have the same atomic number. An element - and its isotopes - have defined atomic masses.

The elements are abbreviated to an international agreement with specified element symbols.

Below you will find information about the individual chemical elements and their chemical compounds.



Information about the individual chemical elements:



- Actinium, Ac
- Aluminium, Aluminum, Al
- Americium, Am
- Antimony, Sb
- Argon, Ar
- Arsenic, As
- Astatine, At
- Barium, Ba
- Berkelium, Bk
- Beryllium, Be
- Bismuth, Bi
- Bohrium, Bh
- Boron, B
- Bromine, Br



- Cadmium, Cd
- Caesium, Cesium, Cs
- Calcium, Ca
- Californium, Cf
- Carbon, C
- Cerium, Ce
- Chlorine, Cl
- Chromium, Cr
- Cobalt, Co
- Copernicum, Cn
- Copper, Cu
- Curium, Cm
- Darmstadtium, Ds
- Dubnium, Db
- Dysprosium, Dy
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 



- Einsteinium, Es
- Erbium, Er
- Europium, Eu
 
- Fermium, Fm
- Flerovium, Fl
- Fluorine, F
- Francium, Fr



- Gadolinium, Gd
- Gallium, Ga
- Germanium, Ge
- Gold, Au
 
- Hafnium, Hf
- Hassium, Hs
- Helium, He
- Holmium, Ho
- Hydrogen, H



- Indium, In
- Iodine, I
- Iridium, Ir
- Iron, Fe
- Krypton, Kr
 
 
 



- Lanthan, La
- Lawrencium, Lr
- Lead, Pb
- Lithium, Li
- Livermorium, Lv
- Lutetium, Lu
- Magnesium, Mg
- Manganese, Mn
- Meitnerium, Mt
- Mendelevium, Md
- Mercury, Hg
- Molybdenum, Mo



- Neodymium, Nd
- Neon, Ne
- Neptunium, Np
- Nickel, Ni
- Niobium, Nb
- Nitrogen, N
- Nobelium, No
- Osmium, Os
- Oxygen, O
 
 
 
 
 



- Palladium, Pd
- Phosphorus, P
- Platinum, Pt
- Plutonium, Pu
- Polonium, Po
- Potassium, K
- Praseodymium, Pr
- Promethium, Pm
- Protactinium, Pa
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 



- Radium, Ra
- Radon, Rn
- Rhenium, Re
- Rhodium, Rh
- Roentgenium, Rg
- Rubidium, Rb
- Ruthenium, Ru
- Rutherfordium, Rf
 
- Samarium, Sm
- Scandium, Sc
- Seaborgium, Sg
- Selenium, Se
- Silicon, Si
- Silver, Ag
- Sodium, Na
- Strontium, Sr
- Sulfur, Sulphur, S



- Tantalum, Ta
- Technetium, Tc
- Tellurium, Te
- Terbium, Tb
- Thallium, Tl
- Thorium, Th
- Thulium, Tm
- Tin, Sn
- Titanium, Ti
- Tungsten, W
- Ununbium - Element 112, Uub
- Ununoctium - Element 118, Uuo
- Ununpentium - Element 115, Uup
- Ununseptium - Element 117, Uus
- Ununtrium - Element 113, Uut
- Uranium, U
 
 
 
 



- Vanadium, V
 



- Xenon, Xe
 
- Ytterbium, Yb
- Yttrium, Y



- Zin, Zn
- Zirconium, Zr
 
 



See also: Oxidation States.

 


Last update: 02 December 2018.






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